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Book Review: Broken Landscape: Indians, Indian Tribes, And The Constitution, Raymond Cross Jan 2012

Book Review: Broken Landscape: Indians, Indian Tribes, And The Constitution, Raymond Cross

Faculty Journal Articles & Other Writings

The author reviews Frank Pommersheim's book, Broken Landscape: Indians, Indian Tribes, and the Constitution. The author finds the book a deserving read because it recognizes that Indian law, when used thoughtfully and appropriately, can substantially assist the Indian peoples in their self-determination efforts. However, contrary to Pommersheim's suggestions in his introduction that Indian law's role is to ultimately free the Indian peoples from their dependency on the federal government, the author suggests that instead the Indian peoples themselves -- and not lawyers, courts, or legislatures -- must decide when, and if, they will choose to exit their present state ...


Displacing The Judiciary: Customary Law And The Threat Of A Defensive Tribal Council: A Book Review Of Raymond D. Austin, Navajo Courts And Navajo Common Law: A Tradition Of Tribal Self-Governance (2009), Ezra Rosser Jan 2010

Displacing The Judiciary: Customary Law And The Threat Of A Defensive Tribal Council: A Book Review Of Raymond D. Austin, Navajo Courts And Navajo Common Law: A Tradition Of Tribal Self-Governance (2009), Ezra Rosser

American Indian Law Review

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Book Review, Richard B. Collins Jan 2009

Book Review, Richard B. Collins

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The "Middle Ground" Perspective On The Expropriation Of Indian Lands, Eric Kades Jul 2008

The "Middle Ground" Perspective On The Expropriation Of Indian Lands, Eric Kades

Faculty Publications

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Book Review: John W. W. Mann, Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones And The Salmon River Country, University Of Nebraska Press, 2004, Jari D. Barnett Jan 2005

Book Review: John W. W. Mann, Sacajawea's People: The Lemhi Shoshones And The Salmon River Country, University Of Nebraska Press, 2004, Jari D. Barnett

American Indian Law Review

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Book Review: Lindsay G. Robertson, Conquest By Law: How The Discovery Of America Dispossessed Indigenous Peoples Of Their Lands, Oxford University Press, 2005, Willaim D. Wallace Jan 2005

Book Review: Lindsay G. Robertson, Conquest By Law: How The Discovery Of America Dispossessed Indigenous Peoples Of Their Lands, Oxford University Press, 2005, Willaim D. Wallace

American Indian Law Review

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The Unsettling Of The West: How Indians Got The Best Water Rights, David H. Getches Jan 2001

The Unsettling Of The West: How Indians Got The Best Water Rights, David H. Getches

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Making All The Difference: Native American Testimony And The Black Hills (Book Review), Frank Pommersheim Jan 1993

Making All The Difference: Native American Testimony And The Black Hills (Book Review), Frank Pommersheim

Frank Pommersheim

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Book Review, Charles F. Wilkinson Jan 1989

Book Review, Charles F. Wilkinson

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Book Review: American Indian Environments: Ecological Issues In Native American History, Harold W. Young Jan 1980

Book Review: American Indian Environments: Ecological Issues In Native American History, Harold W. Young

American Indian Law Review

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Book Review, David Getches Jan 1971

Book Review, David Getches

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